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So, What Did I Miss?: Thoughts Upon My Return to the Friendly Confines of Bulldog Nation

It has been a busy week in the SEC, as new conference football and basketball schedules were announced, a women's equestrian championship was established, and Kelley Hester was released as the Georgia Bulldogs' women's golf coach.

How the SEC and the Big 12 Should Go About Setting Up a College Football Scheduling Agreement

The SEC and the Big 12 have agreed to a January bowl pairing, so can a college football scheduling arrangement be far behind? Dawg Sports examines how such pairings might work between two 14-member leagues.

Why the Georgia Bulldogs Should Not Want to Become the Missouri Tigers' New Rivals

The Missouri Tigers are headed to the SEC East and looking for a new rival to replace the Kansas Jayhawks. Mizzou's first conference game in the 2012 college football season will be against the Georgia Bulldogs, who do not want to be the Tigers' new rival.

Georgia Bulldogs' 2013 and 2014 College Football Series with Clemson Tigers Evidently Saved

Though the 2013 and 2014 renewals of the college football rivalry between the Clemson Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs recently appeared threatened by ACC and SEC expansion, athletic directors Greg McGarity and Terry Don Phillips have reaffirmed their commitment to ensuring the series takes place as planned. Dawg Sports explains why this development is both important and encouraging.

Artificial Turf and SEC Expansion: Why It's Time for the Missouri Tigers to Get Real

Missouri athletic director Mike Alden recently wrote an open letter to fans regarding the Tigers' move to the SEC. In it, he mentioned Mizzou's intention to replace Faurot Field's existing artificial turf with a new synthetic playing surface. Dawg Sports explains why the Southeastern Conference's newest member should switch to natural grass, instead.

Tuesday Morning Dawg Bites: Bulldog Nation Brought Its Beads to Mardi Gras Edition

It's Fat Tuesday, and a special Mardi Gras edition of "Dawg Bites" brings you the latest Georgia Bulldogs news before the beginning of Lent. Find out about Todd Grantham's position moves, Charley Trippi's recent honor, and the rankings earned by the baseball, gymnastics, and lacrosse teams.

Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites: Rivalries, Realignment, Statistics, Shatner, and a Country Singer Caught Drinking in a Church Parking Lot on Sunday Night

Dawg Sports has all the Georgia Bulldogs news deserving of your attention this Wednesday morning. Get up to speed on the latest with this morning's edition of Dawg Bites.

Why Retaining the Eight-Game SEC Schedule is in the Georgia Bulldogs' Interests

The SEC is working to rearrange its conference football schedule to accommodate 14 teams. Is a nine-game league slate a possibility? Dawg Sports explains why the SEC should stick to eight conference games.

All-Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites of the Year Would Like to Thank Both the Academy and the East Wichita Chick-fil-A

Despite the outcome of the SEC Championship Game, it's been a good week for the Georgia Bulldogs, with recruit Keith Marshall committing, Isaiah Crowell being named conference freshman of the year, and Mark Richt becoming a finalist for national coach of the year.

SEC Expansion, Divisional Realignment, and Rivalries: Walking a Fine Line Between Growth and Tradition

SB Nation's SEC weblog, Team Speed Kills, makes a persuasive case for retaining the divisional alignment of college football's toughest conference. Dawg Sports offers a few thoughts in response.

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